Faux Effects & Kleister

Kleister is an old technique using a coloured flour paste to create a false woodgrain. In some areas it was the inspiration for painted furniture in Europe. 

I have extended this category to include projects that are mainly faux (false) finishes like marble or shell. A range of eras inspired the designs on these backgrounds.



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Empire Box Design Pack

Empire Box Design Pack

Inspired by the inlaid furniture of the Empire period, this box is painted with fine woodgrain and a sponge print to resemble wood inlay.  The pack...
$7.50

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Green Man Plate Design Pack

Green Man Plate Design Pack

This design was inspired by Medieval carvings, it has been painted with texture to resemble a copper platter.  The colour sheet included shows the...
$7.50

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Inlay Tray Design Pack

Inlay Tray Design Pack

A 14th century Arabic design inspired this tray.  Two techniques have been used for the backgrounds with the use of masking film.  The design...
$7.50

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Kleister and Inlay Collection Design Pack

Kleister and Inlay Collection Design Pack

A range of eras inspired these designs, from the 2 traditional boxes to the contemporary clock and rose plaque.  A variety of woodgrain techniques...
$18.50

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Marble Bowls Design Pack

Marble Bowls Design Pack

Both bowls have been painted to resemble carved marble, the techniques used are different for each design.  The brown bowl was inspired by Rococo...
$10.50

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Tortoiseshell Bowl Design Pack

Tortoiseshell Bowl Design Pack

This design was inspired by architectural mouldings. A simple tortoiseshell technique has been created over the whole bowl. The design is painted...
$7.50

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